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Working in Metals by Charles C. Sleffel

page 14, bowls, boxes, trays, If a boy can make all these models he can make nearly anythiung in copper or silver.  Lets make drawings of bowls. Sheet copper.

While gauge sizes and ounce sizes are still used in many industries it is best to specify sheet metal by dimension. The #20 copper on this page is probably 20 gauge since it is stated that high numbers are thinner.    20 gauge = .032" (.75 mm).
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Learning metalworking, metalcraft. Metal trade education. Hobbysmith.
TOOLS page 14, bowls, boxes, trays, If a boy can make all these models he can make nearly anythiung in copper or silver. Lets make drawings of bowls. Sheet copper.

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